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The Caloris basin on the planet Mercury is one of the biggest impact craters in the Solar System. In this colour-coded image by the Messenger probe, the basin is the large yellow patch, pimpled with more recent impact craters, coloured blue. The southern (bottom) rim is surrounded by orange spots, which are lava fields from volcanoes triggered by the impact.(Photo Credit: NASA-JPL)

Mercury’s Caloris Basin in enhanced colors, showing different materials on the surface. The Caloris Basin is a huge impact site at the equator that created a wave that made it a mountain ridge 180 degrees on the other side.

Sunset on Mars. | The 17 Most Spectacular NASA Photos Ever Taken

sunset on Mars : From the NASA website: On May NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Spirit captured this stunning view as the Sun sank below the rim of Gusev crater on Mars. This Panoramic Camera mosaic was taken around in the evening of the rover's Martian day.

NGC 7293 - Helix Nebula or often referred to as “The Eye of God.” | The 17 Most Spectacular NASA Photos Ever Taken

The 17 Most Spectacular NASA Photos Ever Taken

NGC 7293 - Helix Nebula or often referred to as “The Eye of God.” For those who believe the universe "happened by chance"!

♥ The Pleiades Seen From Space

The Seven Sisters, also known as the Pleiades star cluster, looking over Reunion & Mauritius Islands in a moonlit Indian Ocean captured by NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg from the International Space Station GMT 25 August

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The Solar Eclipse from Space. This is by far the most amazing image you’ll see all week. While we did see some great images of Sunday’s ring of fire eclipse from Earth, nothing can match this amazing shot taken from space.

The coolest, creepiest photograph I've ever seen. Sunset on Mars

Stunning Space Photography

Martian sunset image taken by NASA Mars Exploration Rover "Spirit" at Gusev Crater, 2005 (on Mars, the sky is pinkish and the sunsets are blue)

Day 11 of the 2013 Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar, one of 25 photos eventually. Galaxy group Stephan’s Quintet is 290 million light-years away, in the constellation Pegasus. Four of these five galaxies are actually close enough to be locked in a vast intricate dance. Galaxy NGC 7320, the brighter galaxy at lower left, appears to be part of the group, but is in fact 250 million light years closer than the others. (NASA, ESA, and the Hubble SM4 ERO Team)

Day 11 of the 2013 Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar, one of 25 photos eventually. Galaxy group Stephan’s Quintet is 290 million light-years away, in the constellation Pegasus.

NASA, International Space Station Science 08/19/08 via Flickr

Hispaniola Panorama (NASA, International Space Station Science, A panoramic view of the island of Hispanola in the foreground and Cuba extending to over the horizon.

Earth Rise from Moon-Americans are the only ones to set foot on it so far!

Earth Rise from Moon

Earth Rise from Moon Art Print Did you have a poster with this photo on it in the (I did!

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